I know as entrepreneurs we all joke about that elusive 25th hour of the day, but what if there was a tool that could get us several hours? Would you be interested?
Most entrepreneurs I know wish they had more time in their day to tackle their never-ending to-do list. Now there’s a way to work more productively while also putting your Facebook marketing activities on almost autopilot. You just need a Facebook Messenger Chatbot.
You may have already experienced this cool technology yourself as a consumer. If you haven't you can check out the NITRO Challenge here, all delivered by the chatbot.
Marketers and entrepreneurs use this technique to deliver their training materials but bigger companies, like Domino’s Pizza, and Whole Foods, also use Facebook Messenger chatbots to assist with placing and tracking orders, answering customer service questions, and providing recipes, all in an effort to make their customers’ lives easier.
So if you want to “clone” yourself so you can handle more tasks during your day, using a Facebook Messenger chatbot is an easy way to do that. Since chatbots can be programmed to do any tasks you want, you can program your bot for activities like:
- Customer service.
- If you need help closing sales, you can program your Facebook Messenger chatbot to lead your prospects down your funnel,
- They can ask questions and make recommendations
So while your bots are at work doing those tasks on autopilot, you can focus on completing your money-making tasks, or just catching up on Season 8 of Suits.
Facebook Messenger Chatbots for the Personal Touch
Using Facebook Messenger chatbots can help automate your business but some customers are resistant to the latest technology and still prefer to speak to a live person. An important part of programming your Facebook Messenger chatbot is listing your contact phone number and your email for those who want a more personal response, or for those whose questions fall outside the realm of what your bot can answer. When those calls or emails come in, your virtual assistant should be able to handle them for you so you can still focus on the things you need to. .
Invest Your Time Upfront to Save Time Later On
Many different companies offer chatbot services and they make it very easy to program your Facebook Messenger chatbot without needing any complicated coding experience. But only you can decide what questions to ask and how your chatbot can best serve your customers, so you’ll need to spend time planning your sequences and predicting what your customers will need.
For instance, if you’re delivering your latest free report to your clients via chatbot, you will need a welcome message with a link to the free report (or training, whatever they agreed to receive). But don’t stop there! Programming a chatbot is much like planning an email sequence: if you are not consistent with your contact, your clients or prospects will stop using the bot and then your contact becomes much more limited.
So your next message may be a follow-up, asking if they read the report or asking if they have any questions. You can supply them with some standard questions to choose but now you need to create those responses to the programmed questions. You may feel a little like a mind-reader but the more intuitive you can make your Facebook Messenger chatbot, the better your clients will respond. Of course, if at any point in the messaging sequence you feel stuck or feel like there are too many possible answers to program, send a message encouraging them to call your number to speak to a representative.
Close Sales with Facebook Messenger Bots
If you like the idea of automating parts of your business with the latest technology, you’ll want to purchase my new Facebook Messenger Chatbot Planner. This planner goes more in-depth about the technology, how you can implement Facebook Messenger chatbots in your business, companies that provide chatbot services, and so much more. There’s plenty of room to take notes and to brainstorm ways to make this idea work for you. I even walk you through the process of creating a welcome message and give examples of funnels you can use for programming your chatbot. Plus, there are templates to help you create your messages. The Facebook Messenger Chatbot kit is a great starting point if you’re totally new to this technology.
Are you ready to get that hour back each day with this amazing, cost-effective cloning tool?